MAGS Project: Multi-agent GeoSimulation and Crowd Simulation

@inproceedings{Moulin2003MAGSPM,
  title={MAGS Project: Multi-agent GeoSimulation and Crowd Simulation},
  author={Bernard Moulin and Walid Chaker and Jimmy Perron and Patrick Pelletier and Jimmy Hogan and Edouard Gbei},
  booktitle={COSIT},
  year={2003}
}
Geosimulation aims at modeling systems at the scale of individuals and entity-level units of the built environment and provides a new way to simulate how geographic spaces can be used by their future users, particularly in urban environments. In the MAGS Project we are developing a generic software platform for the creation of Multi-Agent Geo-Simulations involving several thousand agents interacting in virtual geographic environments (in 2D and 3D) and endowed with spatial cognitive… CONTINUE READING
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